Norman Island, British Virgin Islands Overview
Norman Island is located at the southern tip of the British Virgin Islands archipelago. its area is about 600 acres (2.4 km²), and it is about 2.5 miles (4 km) long. It is considered to be one of the “Little Sisters,” along with Pelican Island, Peter Island, Salt Island, Dead Chest Island, and Ginger Island. This group of islands is smaller, lower, and more arid than other islands to the north and west.
Norman Island is a well-known destination for cruisers and other tourists because of 3 water-level caves at the base of cliffs just outside the western edge of The Bight. The caves are ideal for snorkeling, and, if one goes deeply enough into the cliffs, darkness makes the experience like a night dive.
Detailed Map of Norman Island, British Virgin Islands
The overall climate of the British Virgin Islands is semi-arid. Trade winds constantly blow from the east to the west throughout the year which makes a very comfortable atmosphere.